Vitamin C? Vitamin Si!

We all grew up knowing Vitamin C was important to have aka consuming gallons of OJ (no pulp > ).  

Found in various superfoods, Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant with skin anti-aging properties¹. It reduces your risk of dry skin and even helps heal wounds²

It can even help repair your skin from those tanning days on the beach. 

Combined with collagen, it basically stabilizes collagen which increases protein synthesis (aka process of creating protein molecules). This helps repair damaged skin, giving you glowy and tight skin. 

Studies have shown that people who consumed a proper amount of Vitamin C had a decrease in the number and depth of wrinkles, promoting better skin²

Acting as the glue holding collagen together, or the supportive spouse promoting collagen production, if you will, Vitamin C paired with collagen will take your hair, skin, and nails far.

So, of course, we had to bring this information to the public, in an easy (and tasty) to consume way. 

Our Obvi More than Collagen has got you covered. Lisa can tell you that even other people will notice the difference. 

 

Vitamin C and collagen are essential parts of the body. Collagen takes up the most of the body's protein, and Vitamin C keeps the germs away. They both help you stay healthier, and function better. With their combination, you're ready to take on any challenge!

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Sources

1. Gref, R., Deloménie, C., Maksimenko, A., Gouadon, E., Percoco, G., Lati, E., ... & Couvreur, P. (2020). Vitamin C–squalene bioconjugate promotes epidermal thickening and collagen production in human skin. Scientific reports, 10(1), 16883.

2. Cosgrove, M. C., Franco, O. H., Granger, S. P., Murray, P. G., & Mayes, A. E. (2007). Dietary nutrient intakes and skin-aging appearance among middle-aged American women. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 86(4), 1225–1231. https://doi.org/10.1093/ajcn/86.4.1225